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Gillibrand nominates 13 students from the Hudson Valley for Service Academies

WASHINGTON DC – U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, Ranking Member of the Senate Armed Services Personnel Subcommittee, today announced her nominations for candidates from the...

Summit scheduled for Putnam farmers

BREWSTER - On Friday, January 31st, the Putnam County area farmers, agribusinesses, government, and non-profit support leaders will gather at the Tilly Foster Farm...

Family Services to host Annual Report to the Community luncheon

POUGHKEEPSIE -  Members of the community are invited to join Family Services for a luncheon on Thursday, February 6, 2020, between 12:00-2:00 pm at...

Dutchess judge gets Congressional recognition

BEACON - Dutchess County Court Judge Peter Forman received an award for faithful and dedicated service from the Southern Dutchess Coalition on January 20,...

Local salon named one of the top in the country

POUGHKEEPSIE - Bella Luci Salon in the city of Poughkeepsie owned by Rebecca Lee recently was named to the SALON TODAY 200 for the...

DCC events to celebrate Black History month

POUGHKEEPSIE - A presentation by an award-winning author, an art exhibit featuring pieces with a hybrid African/western theme and a review of a comedic...

Orange County Bancorp posts record gains

MIDDLETOWN – Orange County Bancorp, Inc. (the “Company” - OTCQX: OCBI), parent of Orange Bank & Trust Co. (the “Bank”) and Hudson Valley Investment...

Letter to the Editor: Schmitt’s first year was fantastic

Editor: I just wanted to applaud Assemblyman Colin Schmitt for a fantastic first year in office serving our community. The Assemblyman exceeded all expectations with his...

Assemblyman Schmitt to offer free Narcan training

WASHINGTONVILLE -  Assemblyman Colin Schmitt (R,C,I-New Windsor) will be hosting a free NARCAN training this month with his addiction advisory council. The free training,...

Police team up with tow company for awareness

SAUGERTIES - NYS requires drivers to slow down and change lanes if possible when approaching emergency vehicles. The law, which was first passed in...

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